LUFC Trip to Somerset for Leeds next season
Leeds United face another trip to Yeovil Town after the Somerset club booked their place in the championship next season.
Yeovil are planning for life in the championship for the first time in their ten year league history after defeated Brentford 2-1 in the League One Play-off final at Wembley.
Leeds have come up against Yeovil in three of their previous ten years in the Football League between 2008 and 2010 in League One.
On Leeds first ever visit to Huish Park in 2008 an early goal by Dougie Freedman was enough to secure three points for Leeds and book their place in the play-offs.
The following season, Leeds made the trip to Yeovil in only their second away game of the season. This time a goal in the opening minute by Luciano Becchio, his first for the club, gave Leeds the lead. Lloyd Owusu equalised for Yeovil just past the hour to earn them a point.
Leeds made the long trip to Yeovil on Easter Monday in 2010 looking to re-ignite their faltering promotion hopes. Two goals in five first half minutes by captain Richard Naylor earned Leeds a 2-1 win.
For those making the trip from Elland Road you face a 538 mile round trip.
The championship picture will be completed next weekend when Watford meet Crystal Palace in the championship play-off final.
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